Combining 2 OTA antennas

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This may be a ignorant question but is it possible to connect 2 OTA antennas to perhaps achieve better OTA reception? The Voom installer hooked up an outdoor stealth antenna and it works fine on 50% of the stations in my area. I also have a rather large UHF/VHF antenna in my attic that I can use to point in a different direction. Is it possible to combine these two into one feed? There is a duplexer there at the Voom dish that combines the stealth and the Voom into one line.

I have combined two UHF antennas before by just wiring them in series but I was wondering how to do this, or if it was possible with a coax line and have it work with the Voom.

I want to avoid putting up a huge outdoor antenna and from I have read, the Winegard GS Sensar and Winegard SS SquareShooter products, may or may not, work better than the Stealth.
 

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